When trying to clean up the counter where all the family's devices end up to charge our first attempt was to buy the Anker 60W 6-Port Family-Sized Desktop USB Charger (Affliate link: https://amzn.to/2JR0iWY), and some 12" charging cords(https://amzn.to/32GfA9z) to keep the sprawl down. This was an improvement but still had us piling phones on top of tablets on top of e-readers.
Given that I had ordered some Qi charging circuits(ali express: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32902042037.html?spm=a2g0s.90423126.96.36.199eb4c4diTitYQ) I set off to create a charging stand that could accommodate a few different widths of case/wallets and tablets as well as one slot for my phone which can charge wirelessly. This is what I came up with. The one in the pictures is one rev behind what is in the STLs. I made the wireless part hold the phone a little higher in the latest design.
Print the stand part as shown (with the pointy part of the cover recess area pointing upwards), and the cover flat.
Step 1: Secure the Qi charging circuit inside the stand.
With the specified Qi charging circuit, glue the coil to the circuit board and then secure the circuit board inside of the stand with the coil facing out
Step 2: Snap the cover in place over the charger.
Step 3: Secure the charging block in the space provided
Take the anker charging block and place it right in front of where it will slide in. Find the "sticky pad" provided with the Anker charger and without peeling it, hold it to the right hand side of the charging block. Slide the block and foam sticky pad back into the charing stand to give it a nice snug fit.